a girl with the sun of her youth

Jan 15


Chuck Palahniuk, Haunted


Chuck Palahniuk, Haunted

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Jan 14

“Stay. There are snowflakes on my tongue I want to melt on your inner thigh.” — Andrea Gibson  (via flannel)

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“I want the parts that you’ve tried to throw away – the parts that you were convinced no one could ever love.” — Connotativewords [ jl ] I Want (via shakingpalms)

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Jan 10

“I just want to pour my soul out on someone and not have to worry about the mess I’ve made.” — Andrea Slicker   (via eclipse-the-skies)

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“I hope you are living as the person you are. I hope you are no longer starving away your wildness; desperately trying to make yourself small— dreaming of taking up less space within the world and within people’s expectations. I hope that you are wildly passionate with a reckless abandon. I hope you fill every ounce of space you inhabit. But most importantly I hope that you have a passion that builds and not destroys.” — Amy McBeth (via dondante)

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Jan 09

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Cada noche podéis ver mi ilustración para el nuevo programa de @Buenafuente y @Berto_Romero


Cada noche podéis ver mi ilustración para el nuevo programa de @Buenafuente y @Berto_Romero

Jan 08

“At 23 my life fell apart, my brain ate away at my soul like a parasite. Years of thoughts all bottled up, capped with cement. I was destined for failure, then I simply asked for help.” — writingsfromthewall (via writingsfromthewall)

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“Perfectionism is a self destructive and addictive belief system that fuels this primary thought: If I look perfect, live perfect, and work perfect, I can avoid or minimize criticism, blame and ridicule, the painful feelings of shame, judgment, and blame. All perfectionism is, is the 20-ton shield that we carry around hoping that it will keep us from being hurt.” — Brene Brown (via rabbitinthemoon)